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A live debate on the topic of the day, with four guests. From Monday to Thursday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2012-09-13

US Ambassador to Libya killed

What is the appropriate response to the first killing of a US ambassador since 1979? François Picard’s panel looks at Barack Obama’s pledge to work hand-in-hand with Libya’s post-revolution government, and at the sharp reaction of his Republican challenger Mitt Romney.

  • Wahid BOURSHAN. Former member, Libyan National Transitional Council (from Tripoli);
  • Laurie DUNDON. Former US State Department Official, Fellow at the Truman National Security Project;
  • Paul VALLET. Professor of International Relations;
  • Mathieu MABIN. Senior Correspondant, France 24;
  • Hugh MILES. Journalist and writer (from Cairo);
  • Catherine NORRIS TRENT. Senior Correspondant, France 24 (from Tripoli).


Produced by François Picard, Anelise Borges, Christopher Davis, Mary Colombel.

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2017-06-27 Americas

Farewell to arms? Crucial step for Colombia peace process

A ceremony marking the disarmament of Latin America's oldest guerilla movement is taking place in the central Colombian town of Mesetas. Marxist FARC militants are laying down...

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2017-06-26 Narendra MODI

Modi meets Trump: The ties that bind US, India leaders

How much do Donald Trump and Narendra Modi really have in common? Their personal lifestyles may be radically different but both are nationalists with strong personalities, who...

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2017-06-22 Emmanuel Macron

Macron's marching orders: New French president's first EU summit

Emmanuel Macron sounded like a man in charge as he chastised East European leaders that flout common rules on refugees and freedom of speech. At his first EU summit as French...

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2017-06-21 Queen Elizabeth II

Queen's Speech: Monarch outlines two-year plan as Brexit looms

Our panel of guests focus on the state opening of parliament in London, where the Queen usually reads out the government's to-do list for the year ahead. Brexit featured front...

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2017-06-20 Middle East

The Scramble for Syria: What happens after Raqqa falls?

There's the battle for Raqqa but what about the battle for Syria? The shooting down of a Syrian jet by the US military, plus an Iran-made drone in the southeast late this...

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